Turkey Creek Trail
Peaceful creekside trail
Parking is available at both ends of the trail; here it is described from the lot off of SC Highway 283. Key Bridge, which is located halfway into the hike off Highways 227 and 68, also has a parking lot. It is recommended to wear pants on this trail, as the middle portion has some really thick vegetation.
The trail begins by following Wine Creek for 2 miles to its split from Turkey Creek, then on bluffs and ravines along Turkey Creek to Stevens Creek, and Stevens Creek to the ending trailhead. For the last mile or so of the hike, make sure you donâ€™t accidentally leave the main trail and follow one of the many beaver trails.
Length: 12.5 miles
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Hiking loop along Lick Fork Creek and Lick Fork Lake
Long Cane Trail
Long hiking loop that passes through Long Cane Scenic Area
Loop trail up Parsons Mountain and around its lake
Long loop through a mixed forest
Peachtree Rock Trail
Hike to two interesting rock formations via two short loop trails